Green Earth's Automotive Appearance Products Are Now Available

Green Earth Technologies' line of bio-based, "ultimate biodegradable," superior performing automotive appearance products are now on store shelves at Target, along with over a dozen other regional retailers nationwide including Fred Meyer, VIP, National Auto Stores, Bennett Auto Supply, Bigg's, Redner's Warehouse Markets, Trader Horns, The Andersons, Frank's Auto Supermarket, Autoality and at participating ACE and True Value Hardware locations. Green Earth products are also available online at Amazon.com. The full line of appearance products includes G-WASHTM Car Wash; G-GLASS(TM) Organic Glass Cleaner, Anti-Fog, and Hydrophobic Rain Repellent; G-WHEELTM Wheel Cleaner, and Brake Dust Shield; G-TIRETM Ultimate Tire Shine; and G-SCENTTM Odor Eliminator.

In addition, Green Earth's first commercial (visit www.getg.com/promotions to watch), which is designed to build awareness among its targeted consumers in an entertaining way, will hit the Discovery Channel, Speed Channel, and additional targeted markets around the country in mid-June to help drive additional traffic to the stores.

Jeff Marshall, CEO and President of Green Earth Technologies, says, “With Target and others now stocking our line as well as so many other committed distributors, we are very excited to say that our 'G' brand is taking off. And, with our commercial set to air in the next few weeks, we are sure to drive sales figures that will match this overall excitement.”

All Green Earth Technologies' appearance products are classified as “ultimate biodegradable” and perform above and beyond competitors while being priced on par with similar products. GET uses nanotechnology and a proprietary process to transform American-grown base oils into a biodegradable material that is the base for all of its products. This bio-base replaces traditional petroleum-derived bases typically used to make cleaning solutions.

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